ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A promotion for an upcoming movie about the life of New Mexico boxer Johnny Tapia is not going over well with authorities.
On Tuesday, workers for the Arroyo Flood Control Authority removed several posters from the John B. Robert dam in northeast Albuquerque.
A few people were admiring the dam Tuesday – not for the posters, but because it was featured in "Breaking Bad.”
City officials say they think that's why the illegal posters were put there.
“Sometimes people get confused. They think that since a movie was filmed here, they can put up all types of posters, but it's not quite right,” said Jerry Lavato of Arroyo Flood Control.
The flood control authority doesn't know who put them there.
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